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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Moy 14, 1973 THI lETHBHIDOI NiRALD 3 Bob Burns provides shore for Pincher Creek anglers PINCHER CREEK (Special) Extensive work has been "one on the property of Bob at the east end of Pinch- Creek on a project to create trout pond for senior citi- sns. Mr. Burns has provided sev- Elks boost library PINCHER CREEK (Spscial) The local Elks Lodge 474 uade a sizable donation to the children's section of the local iDrsry. A check for was present- id to Mrs. Betty Schmidt, lib- rarian by Exalted Ruler Ar- nand Dorais and Frank Cot- "Hl. This sum will be given every aar and books will be purchas- ed as the need arises. It is hoped that it will be :own as the Elks Children rimary Book Section. era! yards of shoreline for fishing. Cook Construction has re- cently compiled preliminary work and while excavating a large trench' uncovered two large springs which axe filling the pond rapidly. Gil Handford has equipment working to lay a gravity flow water line to the creek to en- sure a year-round supply. When completed the local Fish and Wildlife officers ex- pect to stock it with trout. Meanwhile the children's fish pond situated on land owned by Eugene Cyr has been clos- ed to all children due to acts of vandalism on the property. The fish pond was a project of the local fish ar.d game as- sociation last year and was stocked with rainbow trout. These showed a remarkable growth rate. School committee meets tonight TURIN (HNS) A mseting sponsored by the school com- mittee will be held at 8 o'clock tonight in the Turin School au- ditorium. Turin wins first game TURIN (HNS) The first home game in the Little League Baseball here saw Turin defeat Picture Butte 8-4. The winning pitcher was Tony Woodcock of Turin, the losing pitcher was Stanley Swartzen- berger of Picture Butte. About 50 spectators were pre- sent. Writes best essay Miss Elaine Yellow Wings of the Blood Indian Re- serve received a cheque and certificate from the Fort Mac- leod branch of the Royal Canadian Legion. Miss Yellow Wings wrote the best district level essay on the theme of Remembrance Day. Miss Linda Dersch of Fort Macleod won honors for her poem. Both are students at the F. P. Waishs High School, Fort Macleod. The school committee re- quests all interested persons to attend as it concerns the oper- ation of the Turin Elementary School for the coming year. Dan Bean teaches judo at Coram MAGRATH (HNS) Daniel M. Bean, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Brown of Magrath, is now a retired navy chief at Coram, Mont., after 28 years service. While stationed in China and Japan, mending ships, he learn- ed judo and now teaches it at Columbia Falls High school twice a He began in the Flathead area five years ago. His club, Saihoku Dojo, is one of the largest in Montana with 60 sfcudeute aged four to adult. They held their annual tourna- ment recently. Mr. Bean was educated at Milk River and would like to have class competitions with judokins from Alberta in all weight and age categories. As wearer of tte black belt he is assisted by his son, Hugh, brown belt, who recently re- turned from duty in Vietnam. Judo is a family affair. Mr. and Mirs. Bean have taught this art of self-defence to their sons Hugh and Charlie and daughters Sharon and Debbie. 150 attend 5-pin function CLARESHOLM (Special) The five pin bowling asso- ciation held its annual banquet, distribution of awards and dance at the Stavely Commu- nity Hall recently. About 150 attended. Catering was by the Silver Leaf Rebe- kah lodge. The trophies were distributed by Mrs. Eileen Perkins. A short business meeting was followed by dancing to the Wayne Carl Orchestra. Diamond anniversary Mr. and Mrs. George Foster of Lethbridge celebrate their Diamond Wedding Anniversary at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Charles Murray of Picture Butte. They were married at Iron Springs May 7, 1913, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hunt. One hundred guests attended. They have 30 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. They farmed at Picture Butts from 1918 to 1959. Earlier Mr. Foster homesteaded at Iron Springs, They both came west from the Manitoulin Islands. Hunger-Os-thon realizes TURIN (HNS) Seventeen students from Grades 5 and 6 of the Turin Elementary School participated in hunger-a-tihon recency. Sixteen students completed ;he 24 hour ordeal. The odier student complefsd 21 hours. The youngsters amused themselves by playing floor hockey, 'basketball, and var- .ous table games or watching television. Latsr in the evening the stu- dents enjoyed a record hop. The floor of the school audi- torium was used for sleeping accommodation with each pro- viding his own sleeping bag, mattress and blankets. Mrs. E. McBeatih, a teacher was present during the 24: hour hunger-a-thcn. Three par- ents took turns supervising and three teen-aged girls assisted during the evening. A total of was pledged. Tto proceeds from the event will go to the Junior Red Cross. Anglican women aid Eskimos PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Southern Deanery of the Diocese of Calgary, Anglican Church Women, met at St. John's Anglican Church recent- ly. Communion Service was held at 11 a.m. followed by a lunch- eon. Rev. R. Hunt of Fort Macleod introduced Rev. R. R. Griffiths who gave an address entitled 'My Christian Life Today." A business meeting followed with Mrs. Brad Sawyer presid- ing. It was decided to change the name from the Lethbrirlge Dean- ery to the Southern Deanery of the Diocese of Calgary. A dis- cussion was held and it was decided to continue holding two meetings a year as in the past. Mrs. J. S. Newman, of Medi- cine Hat, diocesan president, attended as well as many wo- men from different parishes in southern Alberta. The collection was forward- ed to Dr. Hilda Helleby of the Yukon to further her efforts both for medical and mission- ary work with the Eskimos. Dial a wagon When your fancy falls on a new station wag- on, or a sedan, or a sports car, or whatever, use our Phone-a-Loan Service to arrange for a low-cost, life insured loan to pay for it. Just dial our number, and we can take care of the details over the phone. In fact, give us a call no matter what you need money for. Home improvement. A holiday. To pay bills. For a down payment on a cottage or home. Canada Trust has been helping Cana- dians for over 100 years. We started in 1864, three years before Confederation. Now we want to help you. That's when you phone, we loan. It's that convenient. Canada Trust ET3 Phone-a-Loan Service 3rd Ave. at 7th St. Typical monthly payments I can Amount Term {months) Monthly Payment Fayment Cost 01 loan 5 500 1.000 1.500 3.000 4.000 s.ooi) 12 Z4 38 36 41 M 60 44.09 41.71 32 79 47.00 3U.0U 6600 83 00 HI 00 221.M 4646 35 IS 76.21 74 IS 64.05 191.52 II 06 258.35 127.46 28613 386.21 479.29 1.036.52 3.295.35 averags annual interest ran. Cost of loan includes life insurance. The above chart illustrates typical monthly payment plans, but no problem tailoring a plan lo sun your budget. Larger loans and longer terms are also available. Kindergarten at school Garden City parents' goal MAGRATH (HNS) The Magtath Home and School As- sociation is investigating the possibility of having kindergar- ten in the school this fall. Mrs. George Taylor has con- ducted classes for half a day but better facilities are need- ed. The divisional school board is considering the matter. A motion was passed at a re- cent meeting asking the secre- Gas company plans office building BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Canadian Western Natural Gas Company has announced plans for construction of a new office building near the Pass Hotel here. Construction is expected to start in a few weeks with com- pletion date set for August. The gas company serves close to customers in six commu- nities in the area. Haugliian coaches Jball at Turin TURIN (HNS) Little League Baseball has started here for all boys 14 years and under. Lee Haughian is the Little League coach. This year the team consists of toys from both Turin and Iron Springs. About 15 youngsters have shown interest thus far. tary to write to the Cardston school division to ask if they will apply for the kindergarten grant for 1973-74 and incorpor- ate it in the school. The kindergarten commiUee is to notify prospective enrol- ment of the grant so they can be ready for the fall term. ALL SAY NO Mrs. I. Bressler, president of the Lethbridge school council, asked if birth control informa- tion could be posted in the schools here. No one was in fa- vor. A discussion of five main points from the recent home and school convention was con- ducted by Mrs. Bressler. Those present decided home and school should be involved in school councils. A motion was passed to or- ganize one comprising three parents, three students and three teachers. An advertising committee of Mrs. Bernice Sillitto. Mrs. Er- na Lechtman and Mrs. Jill Wakefield will inform the pub- lic of its function and investi- gate needs for recommenda- tions next fall. This council could be instru- mental in getting improve- ments needed in our schools. Another point discussed was consumer education. It was de- cided this should be fitted into an existing course in high school to teach prospective buyers what to look for in pur- chasing appliances, food and clothing. Parents were encouraged to assist teachers in the class- room. It gives the parent a chance to sea their child's re- action and promote keener in- terest. Teachers voiced appreciation for help given by volunteers at parties, field trips, special pro- jects. Listening to reading stu- dents in remedial classes is ap- preciated. Censorship of movies, bill- board ads and television was recommended. As one mother .said: "You can keep children home from bad movies then it comes on TV." General feeling of the meet- ing was to censor all to keep bad influences out. "Operation Don't Start" post- er contest was recognized as a worthwhile effort to keep chil- dren from smoking. Another poster blitz will be conducted. Students contributed good ideas last year. Home and school has been in- strumental in getting milk available for noon lunches and will continue to work for driv- er training in the school. Appreciation for these efforts was shown by a good atten- dance. Mrs. Kovacli heads golfers o BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Mrs. Cam Kovach has been elected president of the Crows- nest Pass Women's Golf Club. Others: captain, Bert Drew; secretary treasurer, Thelma Chrystal; vice captain, Peggy Desaunoy; and entertainment, Ann Draper and Dora Kroli. The first "ladies day" will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 15. The club has arranged for a tuition session for new mem- bers (and those wishing a little It will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday, May 26. Call Vivian Blackmore at 563-3771 before 8 p.m. the day prior. Beehobs honor Miss Merchant CLARESHOLM (Special) view of her approaching marriage, Miss Beverly Mer- chant was honored by the CGIT group; the Beebobs. She has been their leader. The surprise event was held at the home of Mrs. George Goslin, CGIT superintendent. Miss Merchant received two creative gifts from the girls, a Susie doll assembled from cleaning accessories and a dog created from pot-hold- ers. Games were played and lunch served. AUCTION SALE Used Furniture and Miscellaneous Wed. Evening, May 16th p.m. TABER AUCTION MART (Next to Feed Mill Tabtr) Fridges; gas and electric ranges; wardrobe, with mirron; chest of drawers, dip net; life jackets; hydro- plane boat; ichool tubs; new sinks; record players; floor polisher; Hoover tubs; 9x12 rug; chrome suite; gat lawn mowers, large wicker veg baskets; scythes, hoes; beds, chesterfields, chain; colonial rocker; gas and elec. heaters; 14' table; picnic toble; 7 crborite top tables with padded benches; plus many, many more articles too numerous to mention. SPECIAL! Antique mantle clock; radio and dresser; 5 like new vacuums. Trimbles Tire Supply Ltd. BLAIRMORE 562-2743 LETHBRIDGE 328-5486 VULCAN 485-2026 offers you The RED HOT RADIAL Sale You Cannot Afford To Miss It WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS Miles Comfort EXAMPLE HR 78x15 543.95 JR 78x15 SIMILAR SAVINGS ON OTHER SIZES COME TO TRIMBLES FOR TIRES ;